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  1. For the interactive version, ticket payments, and more: fallen.io

    An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

    Written, directed, coded, narrated by twitter.com/neilhalloran
    Sound and music by twitter.com/Dolhaz

    # vimeo.com/128373915 Uploaded 8.3M Plays 560 Comments
  2. A short film about winter.

    Snow is particularly joyful in how it transforms everything it coversThe brightness of its white forces the iris in your eye to shut way down, and suddenly everything that isn’t snow is in silhouette or defined by shadow. The world becomes a high-contrast graphic representation of itself. This distillation of form allowed me to focus on painting pure motion in relation to the winter landscape.

    This film is composed of approximately 2,250 watercolor paintings on paper. It is a kind of winter companion to my film “L’Eau Life,” although here the water is frozen and therefore much easier to paint — because painting snow mostly means leaving the paper white.

    The music is by Shay Lynch, and wonderfully captures the endless cascade of the montage while giving the film a kind of emotional elegance in spite of its vaudevillian pratfalls.This film and essay originally appeared in my blog The Animated Life in the New York Times, Opinion.

    # vimeo.com/121473419 Uploaded 94.6K Plays 49 Comments
  3. Annecy International Film Festival 2015 - Official Selection / Arizona Film Festival 2015 - Official Selection / CIFF 2015 - Royal Reel Award - 2015 / River Film Festival 2015 - Official Selection / SPARK Animation 2015 - Official Selection / Animac Lleida - 2016 Official Selection / Mecal 2016 Official Selection

    Music+Sound Awards 2016: Best Original Composition: Short Film Score - Composer: Simon Smith + Sasha Agranov

    Making-of: vimeo.com/138529831
    Trailer: vimeo.com/117678482

    The Guardian

    The Guardian is a free interpretation of the parable "Before the Law" from Kafka's book "The Trial". A peasant after traveling the world arrives in front of a gate, controlled by a fearsome Guardian. The peasant tries to pass through but the Guardian denies him entrance. Peasant and Guardian are the same character, the peasant, like each one of us, in front of his own fear; the guardian, something shapeless, that surround and control him.
    the Door/Gate the possibilities we encounter during our life.

    Credits:

    Production:
    N9ve - n9ve.it

    Direction:
    Alessandro Novelli

    Animation:
    Alessandro Novelli
    Victor Perez
    Andrea Gendusa

    Illustration and Design:
    Alessandro Novelli
    Karolina Pospischil
    Andrea Gendusa

    3D:
    Victor Perez - Character Animator, 3D Modeling
    Alessandro Novelli - 3D modeling, 3D animation
    Gabriele Maiocco - 3D heads modeling and Zbrush artist gabrielemaiocco.com/
    Andrea Gendusa - 3D modeling, 3D animation

    Original Music:
    Simon Smith bcnsound.com
    Sasha Agranov selvademar.com

    Voice Over:
    Luis De Velasco

    Musicians:
    Sasha Agranov selvademar.com

    Music Recording and Mixing:
    Eric Nagel - at BCNSound - BCN - bcnsound.com

    Voice Over recording:
    Juan José Rodriguez - at Abuela Records - MX

    Mastering:
    Yves Roussel

    Many thanks to:
    Leandra Boj cargocollective.com/leandraboj
    Rafael Mayani rafaelmayani.com/
    Xavier Sanchez xave.es
    and Karolina Pospischil vimeo.com/thepospischil
    for their posters.

    Special Thanks to:
    Simon, Sasha and BCNsound (bcnsound.com) , Laura Sans Gassó, Ana Isabella Byrne Bellorín, Mariana Perfeito, Luis De Velasco

    # vimeo.com/117725307 Uploaded 106K Plays 61 Comments
  4. Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media. If you are interested in supporting the project, sponsoring the next work or would like to find out more, please send a hello to info@km.cx

    by Keiichi Matsuda | km.cx
    more at hyper-reality.co

    # vimeo.com/166807261 Uploaded 2.7M Plays 312 Comments
  5. What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side. Some of the opening shots are strikingly similar to the final shots, while others are vastly different--both serving a purpose in communicating various themes. Some show progress, some show decline, and some are simply impactful images used to begin and end a film.
    View Part 2 here: vimeo.com/140600860
    MUSIC: "Any Other Name" by Thomas Newman
    Films used (in order of appearance):
    The Tree of Life 00:00
    The Master 00:09
    Brokeback Mountain 00:15
    No Country for Old Men 00:23
    Her 00:27
    Blue Valentine 00:30
    Birdman 00:34
    Black Swan 00:41
    Gone Girl 00:47
    Kill Bill Vol. 2 00:53
    Punch-Drunk Love 00:59
    Silver Linings Playbook 01:06
    Taxi Driver 01:11
    Shutter Island 01:20
    Children of Men 01:27
    We Need to Talk About Kevin 01:33
    Funny Games (2007) 01:41
    Fight Club 01:47
    12 Years a Slave 01:54
    There Will be Blood 01:59
    The Godfather Part II 02:05
    Shame 02:10
    Never Let Me Go 02:17
    The Road 02:21
    Hunger 02:27
    Raging Bull 02:31
    Cabaret 02:36
    Before Sunrise 02:42
    Nebraska 02:47
    Frank 02:54
    Cast Away 03:01
    Somewhere 03:06
    Melancholia 03:11
    Morvern Callar 03:18
    Take this Waltz 03:21
    Buried 03:25
    Lord of War 03:32
    Cape Fear 03:38
    12 Monkeys 03:45
    The World According to Garp 03:50
    Saving Private Ryan 03:57
    Poetry 04:02
    Solaris (1972) 04:05
    Dr. Strangelove 04:11
    The Astronaut Farmer 04:16
    The Piano 04:21
    Inception 04:26
    Boyhood 04:31
    Whiplash 04:37
    Cloud Atlas 04:43
    Under the Skin 04:47
    2001: A Space Odyssey 04:51
    Gravity 04:57
    The Searchers 05:03
    The Usual Suspects 05:23

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    # vimeo.com/122378469 Uploaded 2.2M Plays 345 Comments

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